About Dr. Christina
This clinic began in an effort to provide the best care for your pets, where they are most comfortable and loved. . . in the comfort of their home with you.
My love and passion for animals began at a very young age. I was always intrigued at their unconditional love and how their eyes seemed to reveal a deep understanding. My desire to know and understand them grew and continues to grow.
I pursued a biology degree from Concordia University, and went on to veterinary school. In 2009, I graduated from UW- Madison with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Since then, I’ve been a practicing companion animal veterinarian.
As a veterinarian, I cherish the ability to lovingly & compassionately care for these beloved creatures. For as much joy as our pets give us, one of the hardest things to do is saying goodbye. I still vividly remember how difficult it was to lose “Tinker”, our miniature schnauzer from childhood. It took me a long time to grieve, but in time the sorrow faded and was replaced by happy memories.
The human-animal bond is very precious and something to be treasured. It is my hope and prayer that this service will be a comfort to you and your pet. -Dr. Christina
Dr. Christina's Fun Facts
- I Have two Himalayan cats, Danielson and Oliver
- I Skated in the 2002 Olypmic Games as an alternate for the US long track speed skating team in the 3000m
- I am scared of roller coasters
- My husband and I love staying active by, cross country skiing, biking and running.